Are you looking for a powerful cafe racer model? Then your search is complete, because the model of the British company Hesketh, which is named Sonnet, is coming. The company’s new model, after the brand was revived in 2014 after three decades, was named 24, and now it’s finally on the line and Sonnet. It was premiered last year, and it is announced that it will be on sale this summer, with an alleged price of €29,600 ($33,800).
The price may be slightly higher than expected, but it should be kept in mind that it is a hand-made motorcycle, in an extremely limited series.
The heart of a motorcycle is the same as for a 24 – V-twin air-cooled and fuel-injection unit, 2,100 cubic meters, six-speed transmission and an extremely loud exhaust system.
On the front is K-Tech USD forks and on the rear K-Tech Bullit shock absorber, while for stopping care Brembo disc brakes on both wheels.
As far as it looks, it is amazing, and above all because of the retro design, while the company decided to minimize the body. The leather seat has an industrial look, which adds to the black frame and chrome-plated elements on the engine.
We don’t know the exact date when Sonnet officially arrives, but the answer to this question should soon find out.